Nikon Corp. is going to release a full-frame D-SLR, the D810, with improved resolution and image processing. It offers a newly-developed FX-format 36.3 MP CMOS sensor and the EXPEED 4 imaage processing engine. The camera doesn’t have an optical low pass filter, but has improved software that boosts performance and reduces false colour and moire. The D810 has a 51-point Multi-Cam 3500 FX Autofocus system, an ISO range from 64 to 12800 (expandable ISO 32-51200), advanced Scene Recognition and Picture Control profiles. It has a 3.2-inch LCD screen, Zebra stripes for overexposure areas and fully manual controls. It has an ‘i’ button for quick access to frequently used controls. The company has started sales in Japan since mid July at the street price of 350,000 Yen for the body only, including sales tax. The company plans to sell 20,000 units per month.